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From: Annette (
Subject:         Re: Unschooling the teen years
Date: August 20, 2010 at 7:13 am PST

In Reply to: Unschooling the teen years posted by Nina on June 20, 2010 at 4:51 am:

I homeschooled for four years, then my children went
to school due to the terms of my divorce. For three
years, they attended a Sudbury school, which is ALOT
like unschooling. It was fantastic to see the
children thrive and grow from youngsters to teens,
and to see adults learn to trust the children too.
It was very empowering. I was blessed with the
opportunity to substitute, so I was able to mingle
and observe close-up. Also, having three children
who talked on the long car rides to and from school
gave added perspective. I would invite you to look
over their website, the links to other sites, and
the information contained therein. Although it's a
school, the information on allowing children to
guide their own education and the joyous results is
abundant. I also know some unschoolers who have
"graduated" their children. If you are interested,
I could perhaps connect you via email or Facebook.
Facebook is great, because you can actually see the
children/young adults and how they are thriving.

All the best to you!

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